Georgetown County

Georgetown County was named after King George II of England.

Strand Theater

The Strand Theater in historic Georgetown dates to 1941, when it opened as a cinema. After a period of vacancy…

4 years ago

Pelican Inn

Known today as the Pelican Inn, this home originally served as the summer residence of Plowden Charles Jenrette Weston of…

5 years ago

LaBruce-Lemon House

The LaBruce-Lemon House, located on Pawleys Island, was constructed in 1858 on ten acres of land belonging to the LaBruce…

5 years ago

William Doyle Morgan House

This beautiful Georgian home stands along Prince Street in Georgetown's Historic District. Built in 1886, the manse belonged to one…

6 years ago

Winyah Indigo Society Hall

Winyah Indigo Society Hall in Georgetown looks today much as it did in the historical photos below. The society was…

8 years ago

Winyah Indigo School

The historic Winyah Indigo School in Georgetown dates to the mid-eighteenth century, when it was established by the Winyah Indigo…

8 years ago

Heriot-Tarbox House

This beautiful old home is situated along the Sampit River in downtown Georgetown. The historic two-and-one-half-story frame structure has stood…

8 years ago

Morgan Park

Overlooking the Sampit River is the exquisite Morgan Park, one of Georgetown's many treasures. Morgan Park is essentially hidden beyond…

8 years ago

Kaminski Hardware

This antebellum mercantile, located on Front Street in Downtown Georgetown, belongs to the Georgetown County Historical Society. It houses a…

8 years ago

Hopsewee Plantation

Hopsewee Plantation along the North Santee River was established by Thomas Lynch, I, and the house seen here was built…

8 years ago